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SFGTV2
Dec 13, 2012 4:30pm PST
of it it means to get deeper affordable, . >> i'm sorry, deputy city attorney susan cleveland knowles, just to correct one thing mr. adams just said, the current code does not provides that if you are doing a tax-exempt project you are not subject to the inclusionary housing program at all. the ordinance that you will hear in your next item puts the tax exemption projects back within the rubric and provides an exemption to what mr. adams stated. gemly you are not allowed to use subsidized units for your inclusionary units unless you are a california debt limit allocation project using 4% credits. so that will be in your next all right, but it's also reflected in this new procedures manual. so it's a small technicality, but for some projects, you will be able to have a slight subsidy, but you have to provide more units at deeper affordable. >> commissioner borden? >> i wanted to thank you -- i was one of the commissioners who asked for a lot of this data and i do hope that you work more around the issue that you talk you ed about. it seems like that fica score issue would be a problem a
SFGTV
Dec 1, 2012 2:00am PST
be done in a case like that. * perhaps >> deputy city attorney susan cleveland knowles. [speaker not understood] you're asking the supervisor to engage the public and come back to the commission with another draft. as i understand the process outlined by ms. rodgers, that would be up to the supervisor whether he would be willing to do that. you could make an alternative motion where that's your recommendation to the supervisor. but in the case that the process continues at the board of supervisors, then you have some other recommendations that you've already put forward, including further engagement with the community. so, if you'd like to make a motion that has an alternative, you can certainly do that. >> so, we could approve with recommendations? >> you're adopting a resolution recommending approval with the modifications you've all discussed in case it goes forward and the supervisor chooses not to engage the public and submit a third draft. but if he does, but with the emphasis that that's your recommendation that he do that, then it come back to you. >> got it, thank you. c
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